I have been studying for the LSAT for the past 4 weeks and have taken 4 PTs, scoring 158, 162, 161 and 166 (Yesterday). I want to be scoring consistently in the mid to upper 160s for the September LSAT. I would like to take an on demand online course because I learn best from lecture and have an unpredictable (though light) work schedule. I've read the LG bible because the games are the portion I can use the most improvement in, so I was thinking about using PowerScore's On Demand or Advanced Logic Games courses.
These are the Raw Scores on my last two games. 161: -3/-6 LR, -12 (ran out of time with 2 left) LG, -5 RC. 166: -2/-5 LR, -9 LG, -3 RC.
Two questions: Would it be better to take the On Demand course covering all three subjects or the Advanced course only covering the Logic Games? Are there any other companies that offer courses similar to these that won't confuse me by conflicting with them?
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Id highly recommend 7Sage. If you spend some time on this site, you'll see most people praising 7Sage as one if the best if not the best tool for learning LG. Their LG videos are free on youtube, but if you're looking for some improvement in RC, and LR as well Id recommend looking into one of their full courses. Im about a week away from finishing the Ultimate+ course and its been really helpful. One of my favorite things about 7Sage though is I can work on course material anytime I want. Ill pull up my my course on my phone or during my lunch break at work and do a few questions when I can.
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if you want a pre-recorded course, go with 7sage. they're great and highly respected in the lsat community. also, their courses are crap ton cheaper than others.
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